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creation. he's here to go on the record. indiana governor mitch daniels is back. he managed to do in indiana what everyone in washington is beginning to think is impossible. going from deficit to surplus. how did he do it? governor daniels will tell you. first arizona senator mccain goes on the record. the jobs act. the president wants to pay for it. he has sent up his methodology to pay for it what do you think about it? >> i think the whole thing is unfortunate. it is clearly a campaign employ. the president keeps going around the country saying pass it now. pass what? they have not sent over legislation that they want us to pass. one of the reasons because there are a number of democrat senators who are up in the 2012 election who are very nervous about something like this. the second thing about it, it is obvious this bash the rich, class warfare kind of thing that has not worked in the past and i don't think it is working now. greta, in 1968, i'm not sure, they were worried about a small number of millionaires so that we passed this thing called the alternate minimum tax. tha
states supreme court as part of this. they opened the floodgates. it upheld the indiana law. there was not one iota of evidence introduced here. following 2010, a summit people stayed home. 25 million people who voted in 2008 did not of the ticket- estimated the majority was over obama voters. what happened was that this open the floodgates for these republican legislators to take control. instead of doing the job. instead of dealing with homelessness. instead filling with foreclosures. the number one priority has been to pass this voter rejection laws. they will continue to have political domination you not be able to vote. of we will slam the door to ensure our political government. they're passing these walls. you can only vote if you have one particular form of a voter identification. that is a driver's license or identification. most states allow you to share different items. he can show your student id. you can show your college id. you can share your utility bills. it is good enough to get them elected. now they want to slam the door and make it hard. it is estimated
of indiana school kids leaving public school, going to private school all on the state's dime. so is this new approach really working? we'll discuss it. [ female announcer ] so you think your kids are getting enough vegetables? maybe not. v8 v-fusion juice gives them a full serving of vegetables plus a full serving of fruit. but it just tastes like fruit. [ male announcer ] get five dollars in money-saving coupons at v8juice.com. yesterday doesn't win. big doesn't win. titles corner offices don't win. what wins? original wins. fresh wins. smart wins. the world's most dynamic companies know what wins in business today. maybe that's why so many choose to work with us. we're grant thornton. audit. tax. advisory. >> welcome back, everyone. school choice is gaining traction now. at least in indiana. thousands of students are fleeing public schools for catholic schools after receiving vouchers as part of a new state law that allows families to choose the school of their choice even a private school. >> john l.sesser is the executive director of the indiana nonpublic education association and join
carolina, indiana, florida, ohio? they are not going to be able to do it. >> the road to victory for the republicans win the states mccain won pick up indiana, virginia, north carolina, traditionally republican states that obama snuck away last time. win ohio and florida and then win any other state in the state of the union, new hampshire, pennsylvania, michigan, wisconsin, iowa, colorado, new mexico, nevada, any one puts the republican in the white house. >> sean: oregon democrat said in my district the enthusiasm for obama has mostly evaporated. tremendous discontent with his direction. i have one heck of a lot of democrats saying i voted for him before, but i don't know if i can do it again. will he be able in 14 months to get back those people that have been turning on him in poll after poll? >> look, he will get back the democrats. but he's not going to get the in-- to get the independents. i think the problem is he is going to think his problem with the peter yo's of the world and the max waters of the world. remembered she said at wayne community college in detroit that t
on lobbying that paying uncle sam. democratic congressman andre carson of indiana says the tea party backed members of congress pay for lynching african-american he spoke at a congressional black caucus event in miami last week. >>here are some in congress right now, that the tea party movement would love to see you and me hanging on a tree. >> his spokesman defends the quote saying he used the language because he believes that agenda jeopardizes the most vulnerable. the only republican member of the caucus, florida allen west callecalled the comment reprehensible. west now says he is considering leaving the congressional black caucus. finally, florida students were greeted on their first day of school by a state senator handing out belts. democrat gary pushed for six years from legislation bagging saggy pants. siplin went to high schools to hand out belts to students still adjusting to the new law. we will see how many use them. >>> the obama administration is trying to reassure other nations that in the u.s. it will be treated properly even if they are in this country improperly. not ever
exercise but her heart gave out. no word on funeral arrangements. a body found in northwest indiana tonight with the missing 19 year-old woman. she was reported missing overnight thursday the personal items were still in the car a spokesman said they have a person of interest in that case but he is not in custody. you had to act fast but a few dozen people got a free philips this morning when someone give away $5,000 worth of free gas. the minister takes over part of elope with cameras rolling. why new york mayor michael bloomberg warning about riots. -you may not want to hear this but it looks like tomorrow maybe there rainiest day of the month so far. [ female announcer ] these are the grands! biscuits you love with dinner. and these are the ones you'll love as dinner. grands! mini pizzas. grands! biscuit dough... plus 3 ingredients make an easy dinner everyone loves. grands! mini pizzas... from pillsbury. let's get chinese. should we order panda blossom, panda moon... how about chinese at home with wanchai ferry? you can make it in just 14 minutes. mmmh, orange chick
to interpenetrate that's the highest thing we long for her. one of the beautiful examples i book by indiana university, scientist who hofstadter was married to a and when their kids were five and care was dead, but hofstadter was still one day happened to have just as he had done many days he happened to glance at her face as he was what he wrote in his book, and a strange loop about that experience. i looked lips so deeply that i felt i peered out once i tears flowed, that's me, simple words brought back many feelings i'd had before about the fusion of her souls but the fact the core of both hopes and notion those hopes were not separate but just one hope, one clear thing that kind of unit i dimly imagine before being married and having children. i realized o'carroll had died, that core piece had not tied it off, but it had determinedly in used to say we suffer our way to the wisdom which is confirmed as a scientist scientific durocher thinks that ways much deeper than in a shallow and less important way, seen, educational forums suffered her way the shallow view dominant in our society as
to these kind of voter id laws, when it upheld the indiana voter id law in the crawford case. despite the fact that there wasn't one iota, not one, not even an inch of evidence, introduced that law that anything that helps and prevents voter fraud. following 2010 when so many people sent home, think about it, folks. 25 million people who voted in 2008 did not vote in 2010. and out of that 25 million, it's estimated majority of those were obama voters. so what happened was that this open the floodgates for these republican legislatures to take control, and what they've been doing ever since is instead of, instead of doing their job, instead of dealing with homelessness, instead of dealing with foreclosures, their number one priority has been to pass these voter restriction laws. and the purpose is so that they continue to have political domination by saying, okay, in 2010 you chose not to vote. but in 2012, you're not going to be able to vote. we are going to slam the door and ensure our political dominance. so what they are doing is passing these laws. we are saying you can only vote if you ha
are also at risk in these struggles in band, ohio, indiana and states like new jersey, where brother csonka comes out of the private sector in new jersey is here tonight in the cwa vice president had a huge rally in schaake and were confronted with chris christie. i don't know if you saw his mug on the cover of "the sunday times" magazine a week or two ago. the guy has a voracious appetite for a number of rings. contract concessions are among them. in new jersey not these other states on the cwa, ast, uaw all following the lead of seiu have organized in toto five, 600,000 home-based workers, home health areas, home day care providers in the last 10 years, biggest source of new union membership and has gained a very precarious foothold in the public sector for these workers who work in nontraditional work places, predominately female, nonwhite, often immigrant workers. many in the case of our joint bargaining unit, child care providers in new jersey would ask me, still trapped in the workfare. women are in the temporary assistance. so lost in this debate, if you can call it that in some medi
-organized union members who are also at risk in these struggles in wisconsin, in ohio, in indiana and states like new jersey where our cwa friends, brother brook comes out of new jersey, is here tonight and cwa vice president, had a huge rally up in trenton confront with the that charming fellow, chris christie. i don't know if you saw his mug on the cover of the sunday times a week or two. the guy has a voracious appetite, clearly, for a number of things. contracted sections are among them. but in new jersey and all these other states cwa, afsme, the uft all following the lead of seiu have organized in total five, 600,000 home health workers, home daycare providers. in the last ten years, biggest source of new dwhriewn onmembership -- union membership and have gained a precarious foothold in the public sector for these workers who work in nontraditional workplaces, predominantly female, nonwhite, often immigrant workers. many, as in the case of our joint bargaining unit child care providers in new jersey with afsme still trapped in the post-clinton world of work. there are women on temporary ass
a separate mass transit funds? and then on model in indiana leasing a state highway, and for both of you, do you think higher direct user fees are more economically direct and efficient way of funding either expansion are maintenance of roads and bridges? >> separate out roads from public transportation, that is an important fur step in getting more transparency and accuracy and honesty in government accounting. i think that is very hopeful. i am an advocate of phasing out most if not all of the federal gasoline tax and allowing states to take those resources and spend them. if a hard time telling people that you spend the money on the road when you see the guy davis- bacon, siphoning off the subways and to bypass and what not, and they do not know what they can believe and the dollar that they thought they were paying for roads. to the extent that you can turn the cards face up and say this is what we're going to spend on roads and what we're going to spend on public transit and station will never visit, and here is what you're doing. >> let me say. >> not in your neighborhood. going honest
in this morning. from lagrange, indiana. tim on the independent line. what did you think of the proposal? caller: actually, he had a lot of good points. listening to everybody this morning, it kind of points out the problem. either to the left or to the right. we need to come together. there is a place, a role for the federal government. we are the united states. it was proposals from the federal government that built the great bands like the hoover dam under eisenhower, a republican -- the great dams. the federal highway system, we pay for that with a small tax on gas. there is a place. we need to put teachers back to work. everybody knows that states cannot independently print money. it has to come from the federal government. that is what makes us the united states of america. everything that is going on -- i had a son who works in construction, building houses. he is unemployed. i had a daughter who is disabled, with down syndrome, so medicare and social security affects me. my parents are retired. all of this affects me. we have to come together as a country and do something. the private se
you, mr. chairman. at this time i yield three minutes to the gentleman from indiana, dr. brew chard. the chair: the gentleman from indiana is recognized for three minutes. mr. bucshon: first let me thank representative hunter and chairman kleine and ranking member miller and others for their hard work and leadership on this legislation. i rise today as a co-sponsor of h.r. 2218, the empowering patients through quality charter schools act. where american education was once a world leader over the past few decades we are losing our advantage. the empowering patients to quality charter schools act will facilitate the development and replication of high performing charter schools that will help america regain its stature as a leader in educating its citizens. charter schools are created through a contract of local education providers that allow flexibility and innovation in educating our children while maintaining the same requirements and accountability of traditional public schools. charter schools are able to bring innovation and special programming into the curriculum that is unique
of them at the video tab. it's easy to do. take a look at this one from michael and brandy from indiana. >> there is growing concern among americans about the size sand scope of the federal government and state and individual rights. >> if you are like the president how do you plan to restore the tenth than amendment and hold the government to enumerated powers and allow states to govern themselves. >> chris: if you don't want to do that. you can use the posts on which question you would like to use. shannon green will be watching online polls and you can watch the debate. be sure to tune in next thursday 9:00 p.m. eastern w for the big debate with a big difference. have a great week and we'll see you next fox news sunday. >>> my fellow americans, i speak before you tonight because, well, let's face it, i enjoy speaking before you as often as i can. the reason for my 365th urgent address to the nation since my
or not employed can get back to work. >> one of things we saw, but ohio, indiana, other places, is that labor aside -- where were it's clearly the policy dispute, politically you've been the ones that have been the backbone in terms of resources in helping to even the plays field. when is look at the ten largest contributors to what was in the given political landscape, only two of the top ten -- three of the top ten, forgive me, were supported quote liberal or progressive side, all thee of them were union. seiu, afscme, and the nea. also were conservative groups looks the chamber of commerce, crossroads, and in many ways, aside from the policy difference, i would suspect, and i'm subject to conspiracy sometimes, that they want to try to break the unions, because it also stops the resources of the opposition. >> absolutely. they attack us in 20-some states that we have to defend ourselves, and you use the resources up to that you would use to educate. they try to get you to eat them up, but in this case it actually backfired. not only did it energized our members, it energized the general pub
get sick of the damn thing. the school voucher legislation was signed into law in the state of indiana. explain the downside of these voucher programs. >> look, parents have a right to send their kids to the schools it that they want to send their kids to, and i don't begrudge any parent that wants to send a child to a religious school to have that right to do so. >> the downside of the voucher program is? >> the downside is in a period of time when you have -- when poverty is up, when school cuts are up, we can't take one more cent out of the public school system and divert it somewhere else. >> here's what america -- here's what i think i'm doing reading on this. first of all, the federal funds aren't coming in. the state budgets are being cut, so where do locals go to? they go to property taxes. you have economically challenged areas in the inner city. they can't go to poor people for property faxes. this is the big screw job in america. there was a time in this country in public education when the door was open and everybody was welcome. now they want to make it so the wealthy come
and indiana required you to show a photo i.d. to cast a ballot. republicans in five more states including wisconsin passed laws saying you can't vote unless you show i.d. you did not used to have to show and frankly not all people have. across the nation elected republicans are been hard at work making it harder to vote wherever they can, however they can. republicans in maine, for example, this year passed a law ending same day registration in the state. mainers can no longer register and vote on the same day as they have been able to since the early '70s. today, a maine group that's working to get same-day registration back pointed out that governor la page, himself and nine other elected maine republicans themselves registered to vote immediately before elections. the thing they just made illegal. saying it somehow made maine's elections unsafe. it's not fit for others and has to be outlawed but it's okay for them? in south carolina, nikki haley signed a law making it harder to vote in south carolina. 200,000 people in her state, 200,000 south carolinians do not have the photo i.d. tha
that were there. >> sure. >> that's the real sound bite. >> you know, i was out in indiana on saturday night speaking. they get the auto loan. they know it's not a bailout. >> right. >> they know it saved millions of jobs and it's the untold story and we try to bring it up as often as we can. >> i'm in detroit today. >> yeah. >> you know, you want to talk about they get it. oh, they get it here in this city, yes. >> they do get it. mike, what do you make of the turn by the president. it's the campaign season? >> well, he is energizing his base, ed. it's not that he's just talking about the positives. he's doing what he has to do this time around. look, last speech he gave, i heard him talking about the idea, the day one republicans are cheering that perry is executing texans. day two, the republicans are cheering that americans who can't get health insurance are dying of cancer. day three, republicans are booing iraqi veterans because they're gay. he is on a tear. and i got to tell you something. it's not just him pumping up his positives. he understands that american voters respect and they
i.d. texas, kansas, georgia, south carolina, tennessee, indiana, and wisconsin as well. want to bring in michael. executive director for the brennan center for justice at new york center of law and fo former speech writer for president clinton. thank you for joining me. you have supporters of voter i.d. laws saying they are needed to prevent voter fraud at the polls but others say voter i.d. laws will suppress turnout since 12% of eligible voters don't have a photo i.d. how do you strike the right balance? >> that's the thing. as you say, everybody who is eligible to vote should be able to vote and only those people who are eligible to vote should be eligible to vote but we shouldn't erect barriers that keep people with the right to vote from voting. unfortunately this really in many ways unprecedented new wave of laws in the states will likely do that to many, many people. as you said, about 11% of people simply even though they are eligible to vote do not have government issued i.d. >> let's talk about that. we found that number to be -- we found it usually high. what do we
that. i like to think of myself as the indiana jeans of jones of libraries repelling down the 900 levels of dewey desmat system looking for a book. the dewey decimal system created by melville dewey who was rabid anti-semite. i love libraries, if you were to give me a choice between a night with cate blanchett or a night locked alone in the library of congress, i would take the night with cate blanchett in a heartbeat but, but, i do love libraries. i do love libraries. i thought i would talk about this new book of mine, "in the garden of beasts" and how it came about. i'm alarmed within my publishing company, crown publishinging within the company they're inherently lazy, they call the book almost exclusively by its acronym, itgob. which sounds like something a cat coughed up. if you say itgob while growling you sound just like the possessed girl in the exorcist. take that home with you, you know? [laughter] at first glance this may not seem like my kind of book necessarily. here it is. this book is set in 1933-34 in nazi germany. hitler, the whole deal. here's the thing, this is
-controlled house is refusing to do. >>> five people shot and killed in two rural indiana home. police discovered the bodies after responding to a call about a child wandering the streets in laurel, indiana. they say they don't know in the shooter or shooters are among the dead. neighbors warned to be vigilant until pe find out what's going on. >>> allowing testimony about investigators' failed attempts to question conrad murray in the week following michael jackson's death. murray is charged with involuntary manslaughter. opening statements in the trial begin tomorrow. >>> first woman from africa to ever win the nobel peace prize has died. wangari maathai lost a long battle with cancer. she won the prize in 2004. maathai was 71 years old. >>> missouri lawmakers vote to repeal the so-called facebook law, prohibiting features from talking to students on facebook or social netbooking sites. some say it infringes on free speech rights. >>> that's the news you need to start your day. "american morning" is back right after this break. >>> it is 52 minutes past the hour. good morning to you. we asked y
by john lynch. we have a few more hurdles to jump and we think indiana maybe a 23rd right-to-work law. other states are beginning to talk about it as well. host: this is what the afl-cio has to say about right-to-work laws. guest: we have been blamed for a lot of things. constant halitosis. the bottom line is this. if forcing workers is the solution, i guess i should give up my day job and go to work for them. host: are the numbers right? guest: no, they are not. there was a study. they adjusted wages for cost of living. they applied and apples to apples comparison. they found workers in right-to- work states make more than their compatriots in other states when you adjust for cost of living. a plumber in new york city makes more than one in utah. when you adjust for cost of living they do almost $5,000 a year better in disposable income. host: why is that? guest: the scope of government is smaller. job growth is up. the cost of living -- renting an apartment is different. when you factor those in, workers in right-to-work laws are better off. host: fewer people with health care is w
the debs' home in terre haute, indiana, friday at 8:00 p.m. eastern. get a preview about debs and watch some of our other videos about him at our special website for the series, c- span.org/thecontenders. >> sarah raskin spoke about job creation at the university of maryland's business school. she noted that further monetary easing is needed. her remarks are part of the school's distinguished lecture series. >> good morning. the center came into existence as a result of recent events in the global economy. the main goal is to promote research and education that reforms policy. today's talks as part of an ongoing series by the senate. we do a variety of things towards the end of the speech and would like to make an announcement about an upcoming conference. but today we're privileged to have governor sarah raskin to speak to us on a very timely topic, monetary policy and job creation. the subject of job creation has been in the news almost every minute now. is very timely -- it is very timely. there'll be time for questions. you have to write them on index cards and they have to be legib
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